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FOX News
Sep 27, 2012 8:00am PDT
families are carrying this debt when it comes to education? >> you know, jenna, here's the thing. it means that this is a sort of a, this is a household family decision that means enormous sacrifice for the entire family. during the same time period one of the things we've seen overall household debt come down like a trillion dollars. a lot of that is just the fact that some people lost their homes and things like that. but even credit cards, people aren't using credit cards to the degree that they used to but they have no way to get around this. so this is a major decision and now you're seeing all kinds of articles out there saying is it worth it? is college worth it if you will carry this sort of debt? let's not forget the occupy movement when it started at least the main gripe was about college tuition and enormous debt. it is important issue. an important topic. i think college obviously is still worth it and i think numbers continue to bear that out but these are some heavy debts. jenna: certainly is. what about the cost of college overall, charles? we hear, you know, different polit
FOX News
Oct 2, 2012 8:00am PDT
that women are soaring to the top of every educational and professional field out there, the beyond all idea that they we talked to about birth control, um, that they want to be talked to as if they are wards of the state is absurd. and if the republican party can manage to talk to women the way they talk about men, that they care about the real issues that matter to all of us, then i think that's a party for my daughters and for my son. jenna: that's right. ten months old, right? he's little, he still counts. >> yeah, i don't know. [laughter] jenna: sabrina, thank you very much. some important be insight, we appreciate have having you on as always. >> thanks so much. je little context just to show you how important this is. 69.6 million women voted in 2008, 56% came out in support of the president. now, if you break that down, that's 38.9 million women who voted for the last time around. what will they do this time? so romney needs to cut into this margin. according to our brain room researchers, every 1% he can get into that margin equals about 700,000 votes, and every vote matters. gregg:
FOX News
Sep 26, 2012 8:00am PDT
not college-educated voters. and so he -- but here's the thing, where do those guys matter? they matter in iowa, ohio, new hampshire, and that's why they're trying to close that gap. i'm not sure that talking about almost exclusively women's issues at their convention was the way to do that for democrats, but that's why you see, for instance, barack obama doing a radio interview. he doesn't do that many interviews, but he did one specifically in iowa about replacement refs which is, no doubt, a way to speak to that group and say i understand the things you care about. jon: yeah. and the president even sent out a tweet yesterday advocating that the refs get back to work. simon, the white males tend, trended toward president obama in 2008, but they swung back hard to the republican side in the 2010 elections. is there any indication that they're going to go back to obama this time? >> well, in the data in the last few weeks, i think one of the reasons you've seen the democrats rise across the board and particularly president obama's numbers is that he's winning back a bunch of those white
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